Saturday, November 13, 2010

A Parade of Seasons

We have a full 4 seasons here in the Appalachians.
-Looking Back-
Deep winter on nearby Beech Mountain
(last winter; it was 6 degrees for the photo :) )
Next Down:
A shot from this (almost surely past) fall.
Next Down:
Spring thaw.
Glorious summer. The Blue ridge Parkway
dressed in some of her finest; blue skies
and lush, green grass.
Second from Bottom:
Sky thick with mist and color; early winter.
Fog frequents the Blue Ridge.


  1. A lovely parade! I like the bottom one with the fog the most. I'd frame that one. :)

  2. They're all so lovely, lg. I don't think I'm ready for the white stuff yet. Looking at your photos, I'm shivering! :)

  3. Thank you Lynn~I'll be sure to capture the fog for you when it arrives!

    Talon! Put on more layers! :)

  4. Yes You do, I see... Just like here in Finland. Allthought we might have a little bit more snow in the winter - or do we?

  5. love your showcases of 4 seasons.
    well constructed post.


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